Qualification meaning

kwŏlə-fĭ-kāshən
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A qualifying or being qualified.
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Any quality, skill, knowledge, experience, etc. that fits a person for a position, office, profession, etc.; requisite.
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Qualification is defined as a skill that allows someone to do a job.

An example of a qualification is being able to type when you apply for a data entry job.

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A condition that must be met in order to exercise certain rights.
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A modification or restriction; limiting condition.
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A clause or condition which qualifies something; a modification, a limitation. [from 16th c.]

I accept your offer, but with the following qualification.

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A restriction or modification.

A statement hedged with several qualifications.

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The act or process of qualifying for a position, achievement etc. [from 16th c.]

Qualification for this organization is extraordinarily difficult.

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The act of qualifying or the condition of being qualified.

Qualification for the tournament will be hard.

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A quality, ability, or accomplishment that makes a person suitable for a particular position or task.
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A condition or circumstance that must be met or complied with.

Fulfilled the qualifications for registering to vote.

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An ability or attribute that aids someone's chances of qualifying for something; specifically, completed professional training. [from 17th c.]

What are your qualifications for this job?

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The definition of a qualification is a condition or situation that allows something to happen.

An example of a qualification is a person inheriting money if they are over 18 years old.

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Origin of qualification

  • From qual(ify) +"Ž -ification, after Middle French qualification and its source, Late Latin qualificatio.

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